Especially during her monologue in We're The Millers where Katherine's character talks about her "shallow vagina." Nothing like some vaginal HIGHlarity!
In a recent interview, the Horrible Bosses star was asked if there was a particular scene in We're The Millers where she had a horrible time trying to keep a straight face. Here's what Jen said:
"I would have to say the scenes with Katherine Hahn in particular who plays Edie Fitzgerald. The scene where she's talking about her shallow vagina…actually started with the line 'and that's how I found out I had a shallow vagina,' but the entire monologue that leads up to that is she was a synchronized swimmer and she for the first time got her period and she had to get a tampon in there and what did she call it, she said 'I was like a roman candle.' And that story pretty much take after take was different, and I never knew what was coming, so I tried as hard as I could to keep a straight face and I'm sure I blew many a take with her."
LOL! We had a tough time just reading that ourselves and keeping a straight face, so don't be too hard on yourself, Jen.
We bet Jen tried to Just Go With It, but trying to not break-up during that scene was probably impossible.
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